CFI Campaign – “Living without Religion” 1


I don’t know if you have seen it yet, but there is a new CFI (Center for Inquiry) campaign that is a very nice multimedia ad campaign, with the message that it is possible to live a fulfilling life without God. They are targeting three specific cities, DC first, then Indianapolis and Houston.

“With this campaign, we are aiming to dispel some myths about the nonreligious,” said Ronald A. Lindsay , CFI president & CEO. “One common myth is that the nonreligious lead empty, meaningless, selfish, self-centered lives. This is not only false, it’s ridiculous. Unfortunately, all too many people accept this myth because that’s what they hear about nonbelievers.”

The posters and bus ads will have a website associated with them where there will be lots more information.

Their press release about it is here, ah but why would you want to read a boring old press release when you can instead go watch the movie instead …


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